Enjoy the sweet sounds of Smooth Jazz every Friday night in August on the RiverStage at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing. Returning for its 20th season on the Delaware River Waterfront, Smooth Jazz Summer Nights features some of the country’s best smooth jazz and blues artists in a scenic venue. Make it a night on the waterfront by enjoying food and beverage before the concert at Chickie’s and Pete’s Waterfront Crabshack inside Blue Cross RiverRInk Summerfest and at Spruce Street Harbor Park presented by Univest/Valley Green Bank. All Smooth Jazz concerts are FREE, family friendly, and open to the public.
WHEN: Fridays in August, 7:30PM
LINE-UP: Smooth Jazz Summer Nights
August 5: Avery*Sunshine
August 12: Cindy Bradley
August 19: Chieli Minucci
August 26: Peabo Bryson
WHERE: The concerts occur on the RiverStage at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, located at 101 S. Columbus Blvd. at Chestnut Street.
The Great Plaza has convenient adjacent parking lots, and can be easily accessed by public transit, by bike or walking, and via the RiverLink Ferry which provides cross-river transportation from Camden to Philadelphia.
Follow Delaware River Waterfront and Penn’s Landing on social media:
Twitter: @DelRiverWfront, @Penns_Landing
Instagram: Delaware River Waterfront
Smooth Jazz Summer Nights sponsored by WJJZ, WDAS FM and CBS 3 and The CW Philly. Summer Programming sponsored by Independence Blue Cross, Univest/Valley Green Bank, PECO, Pennsylvania Lottery, Coca Cola Refreshments-Philadelphia, Live Nation, Visit Philadelphia and the City of Philadelphia.
DRWC is a 501(c)(3) created in January 2009, exclusively for the benefit of the City of Philadelphia and its citizens. The fundamental purpose of DRWC is to design, develop, program and maintain public amenities such as permanent and seasonal parks, trails, and streetscape improvements to transform the waterfront into a vibrant destination for recreational, cultural, and commercial activities for the residents and visitors of Philadelphia as is consistent with the goals of the Master Plan for Central Delaware. Daily programming throughout the entire year is changing the way Philadelphians see and converse about the waterfront, and is helping to create spaces and communities that connect residents and visitors to the waterfront.
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